Category Archives: Theology & Religion

The Multipolar Revolution: Syncretic Perspectives – Part I

 By: Jafe Arnold From the Indo-Europeans to the ‘New World’ he world’s diversity of cultures has successfully defied the “globalization” of the Atlanticist, Liberal, unipolar “End of History” scenario proclaimed in the 1990’s. It is increasingly recognized both de facto … Continue reading

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An Overview of Syncretism in Russia: Orthodoxy and Sovietism

By: Padraig McGrath The Synthetic Public Ideology of Putin’s Russia The reconstruction of the Cathedral of Saint Alexander Nevsky is a microcosm of a broad social reality   ituated adjacent to the Crimean Parliament building in Simferopol, the newly rebuilt Cathedral … Continue reading

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Kaminski on Pavel Gubarev’s “The Torch of Novorossiya”

A Review of Gubarev’s book on the Donbass Revolution and Orthodox-Communist Syncretism By: Jacek C. Kaminski – translated by Jafe Arnold Jacek C. Kaminski is a Polish journalist and leftist activist. He is an editor of “Socjalizm Teraz” (Socialism Now), … Continue reading

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Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership – TTIP – Cui Bono?

 By: Paul Carline TTIP – Cui Bono? Who does the TTIP really benefit?   [Editor’s note:  The following article is an exposition of the views of Rudolf Steiner, which after a general description of his view of evil in particular, focuses on … Continue reading

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